Kate Moss' History of Vomitorium Crockery
Python Chalice Python Chalice
(400-425 B.C.)

Bearing the signature of Python, one of only two Italian crockery painters known by name, this chalice is typical of the southern Italian school of Paestum. A dramatic rendering of Theban hero Cadmos' dragon battle makes wonderful use of red, white and gold accents, which contrast brilliantly against a highly lacquered ebony foundation.

Naomi Campbell gave this to me when I turned 26. I use it on special occasions - like Thanksgiving.